Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Ten Rules For Being Human

MQTlogoa A Quality Time Book Review.. If Life is a Game These are the Rules




“The challenge of Rule One is to make peace with your body, so
that it can effectively serve its purpose and share its valuable lessons
of acceptance, self-esteem, respect, and pleasure. Everyone must
learn these basic principles before he is able to journey successfully
through life.” If Life Is a Game, These Are the Rules








“Every person creates his or her own reality. Authorship of your life is one of your absolute rights; yet so often people deny that they
have the ability to script the life they desire. They often use the excuse that they cannot do what they want to do or get what they desire in life because they lack the resources to do it. They look past the fundamental truth that it is not our external resources that determine our success or failure, but rather our own belief in ourselves and our willingness to create a life according to our highest aspirations. You can either engage in the blame game, making frequent use of the statement, "I couldn't b e c a u s e . . . " or you can take control of your life and shape it as you would like.”



joetoddsays  An interesting book filled with insight and suggestions. “Life” is not necessarily a “walk in the park” and there is in my opinion no “magic button” to fix everything. I do feel there is a lesson behind everything that happens in our life as this book demonstrates so well…. Rating 8 out of 10…. I will now end the post with a Quality Time Photo taken at my favorite golf course.


Pleasant Valley Golf Lancaster,Ohio. I’m not going to tell you how many golf balls I’ve put in that pond LOL…..Have a great day

MQTlogoa Now on to Rule #10



Jenn Jilks said...

These are great lessons!
Cheers from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

genie said...

Many of these I have heard...maybe in different words, but the meaning is the same. Good food for all of us. The picture of your favorite golf course is a beauty. No wonder it is your favorite.

TONY LETTS said...

What were those rules again? I've forgotten :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful golf course; never hurts to be reminded of how to be. I used to work for a guy who was really into the self-improvement scene and I got kind of burned out on workshops and books and stuff he wanted us all to do. But there is some good in all of it, that's for sure.